AW North Carolina To Expand Plant, Boost Workforce
According to a news report at Triangle Business Journal, the company will build a new production line to make fully assembled front-wheel drive transmissions.
The subsidiary of Japan's Aisan AW Co. has 900 full-time and temporary employees working at the plant.
Just over a year ago the company was offering employee buyouts and laid off 280 workers in January 2009.
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